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  1. Staggered Check-In Updated Staggered Check-In has been rolled out to all vessels sailing from Galveston, Honolulu, Miami, and New Orleans.  It will be rolling out in Norfolk  starting June 10, 2016.  Q: Can I... Date Updated: 05/06/2016
  2. Wheelchair Assistance at Embarkation/Debarkation Wheelchair assistance is available for embarkation and debarkation in home ports only. Wheelchair assistance is not available when visiting ports of call. All guests that require assistance must... Date Updated: 02/05/2016
  3. Embarkation Terminal Check-In Procedures Embarkation Check-In Time Check-in time and ship departures times may vary according to the embarkation port and/or ship you are cruising on -  check here  for the time for your... Date Updated: 03/02/2016
  4. Embarkation Check-In and Boarding Times Updated Providing a good embarkation experience is an important way to get your cruise started on the right foot.  All guests are required to check-in at embarkation at least 60 minutes prior to... Date Updated: 05/02/2016
  5. Embarkation - Luggage Information Luggage Information Guests are encouraged to limit their luggage to two suitcases per guest. Each suitcase should not weigh more than 50 pounds (22.68 Kilograms) and should not exceed 16 inches... Date Updated: 03/02/2016
  6. Liquor and Beverage Policy A liquor and beverage consumption policy was created in order for Carnival to be able to control the liquor consumption of minors and the quantities consumed that lead to the disruptive behavior... Date Updated: 03/01/2016
  7. Faster to the Fun (FTTF) Now guests can maximize their vacation fun with Carnival's Faster to the Fun (FTTF) package. This program is available for purchase via Carnival.com Shore Excursions. The price is per stateroom so... Date Updated: 04/27/2016
  8. Priority Check-In Program Updated Carnival’s Priority Check-In is an exclusive service designed to afford our Platinum and Diamond guests and those traveling in deluxe suite accommodations with special check-in... Date Updated: 05/06/2016
  9. Online Check-In FAQs Is the Online Check-In secure? Yes, your transaction is secured with industry-standard encryption, secure via Secure Sockets Layer (SSL), and this application is regularly monitored by third-party... Date Updated: 02/10/2016
  10. Carnival’s Mobile Travel Alert Service Carnival’s mobile travel alert service provides our guests with timely and important information or updates regarding their cruise (not to exceed ten text messages). Alerts may include changes... Date Updated: 02/05/2016
  11. Check-In Service at Miami International Airport Carnival guests who fly in through Miami International Airport and sail from either the Port of Miami or Port Everglades, now can check-in for their cruise at the airport. We are leasing two counters... Date Updated: 05/27/2015
  12. Visitors’ Policy Carnival has a " No Visitor " policy for the entire fleet. This applies to all ports of embarkation and ports of call. Guests sailing on our cruises will not be permitted to have visitors on board to... Date Updated: 05/27/2015
  13. Carnival’s Travel Hotline If you are experiencing a travel delay en route to the ship or returning home after your voyage, call our travel hotline. Our representatives are on call to assist you with any question or travel... Date Updated: 05/27/2015
  14. Security Screening Policy and Restricted Items List Updated In order to maintain a safe and secure environment, Carnival prohibits certain items onboard, such as weapons, candles, irons, alcohol, or other dangerous goods. According to our policy, Carnival... Date Updated: 05/31/2016
  15. Upgrading Your Stateroom We cannot accommodate requests for upgrades on the day of your cruise as we sail at capacity. Carnival has made selecting the cabin location you want more affordable than ever. Assigning your... Date Updated: 08/12/2015
  16. File Type pdf Luggage - Personal Property Value Declaration Form Date Updated: 08/26/2015
  17. Platinum and Diamond Guest Luggage Tags   On those ships where we offer the ‘Faster to the Fun’ package, the icon is automatically stamped onto the guest’s boarding pass and luggage tags.         Date Updated: 05/28/2015
  18. Travel Documentation: U.S. Citizens Updated Proper travel documentation is required at embarkation and throughout the cruise. Even though a guest has completed registration using Online Check-in, it is still the responsibility of the guest to... Date Updated: 05/24/2016
  19. Sail & Sign Onboard Account Updated Sail & Sign is Carnival's cashless on board credit program, which allows guests to charge on board purchases and gratuities directly to a personal account for convenience throughout the cruise... Date Updated: 05/10/2016
  20. Minor Guest Policy Updated Guests are required to be 21 years of age (on embarkation day) to travel on their own. Guest ages will be verified at embarkation. Guests not conforming to this policy will result in denied boarding... Date Updated: 05/24/2016
  21. The Fun Shops Gift Orders Updated Want to make your cruise a little extra special? Our Fun Shops is just the thing for you. From merchandise to flowers to food or alcohol, we have lots of gifts to choose from. To see... Date Updated: 05/26/2016
  22. Cruise Ticket Contract: Baggage BAGGAGE, PERSONAL PROPERTY, PROHIBITED ITEMS, LIMITATION OF LIABILITY (a) Each fully paid adult Guest will be allowed a reasonable amount of luggage on board containing their personal belongings... Date Updated: 05/27/2015
  23. Carnival’s Great Vacation Guarantee Updated What is it? Carnival’s Great Vacation Guarantee is a first ever guarantee program offered by a vacation company which gives guests the option of leaving the ship if they are not completely satisfied... Date Updated: 05/17/2016
  24. What is Online Check-In? Due to security requirements imposed by the U.S Department of Homeland Security (DHS), Carnival Cruise Lines is required to provide a final departure manifest with specific guest information prior to... Date Updated: 01/20/2016
  25. U.S Border Security Act - Online Check-In Advance Registration Online Check-In Advance Registration Due to U.S. Department of Homeland Security regulations for cruises departing from U.S. ports, all cruise lines are required to submit a final departure manifest... Date Updated: 04/27/2016
  26. The Jones Act / Passenger Services Act / Cabotage Law Updated The Jones Act (also known as the Passenger Services Act) prohibits ships of Non-U.S registry from embarking and debarking guests at two different U.S ports. Such travel would constitute... Date Updated: 05/18/2016
  27. Ebola Virus None of Carnival Cruise Lines' ships visit the region where Ebola cases are originating from, nor do our ships call in any countries with Level 3 CDC Travel Heath Notices. Any passengers or crew... Date Updated: 02/29/2016
  28. Carnival's Fly2Fun Air Program Pre Booking Questions Updated   What are the benefits of booking Carnivals new Fly2Fun Air Program? Why do I need to call to make an air reservation? What are the differences between the Fly2Fun Air Program options... Date Updated: 05/31/2016
  29. Restricted Items List In order to maintain a safe and secure environment, Carnival prohibits bringing certain items onboard. Additionally, we reserve the right to confiscate or dispose of any articles that in our... Date Updated: 04/26/2016
  30. Service Gratuities (Tips) Updated It is customary to extend gratuities (tips) to the shipboard staff for their services. How much to tip is a personal matter and completely up to our guests. Our recommended guideline to what is... Date Updated: 05/06/2016